GEORGETOWN DEVELOPMENT

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Active Georgetown Development

Georgetown development is, at best, sporadic. The neighborhood is one of DC’s most desirable locations for luxury real estate, but one of the most difficult to redevelop. Density, historic preservation and the Old Georgetown Board all pose challenges for builders and architects, yet in recent years nearly half a dozen new projects have been approved in Georgetown. Among them, 1055 High, The Grace and The Montrose. When a Georgetown development does clear all the hurdles, sales are swift and payment is often cash. The District’s oldest neighborhood, it is a prestigious location embodying the character and history for which our nation’s capital is known. Georgetown is roughly bounded by Archibald Park on the west, Burleith-Hillandale and Whitehaven Street on the north, Rock Creek Parkway on the east and the Potomac River extending to the C&O Mile Marker on the south.
GEORGETOWN HILLSIDE

20-30 CONDOS

FOUR SEASONS PRIVATE RESIDENCES

1051-1055 29TH

ALEXANDER HALL

CHURCH RESIDENCES

Archived Projects 

THE MONTROSE

15 CONDOS

THE GRACE

7 CONDOS

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